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Arrangements for War (audio story)

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Arrangements for War
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Doctor: Sixth Doctor
Companion(s): Evelyn Smythe
Main enemy: Plenipotentiary Suskind, The Killorans
Main setting: Világ
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Paul Sutton
Director: Gary Russell
Music: Steve Foxon
Post production: Steve Foxon
Cover by: Lee Binding
Release details
Release number: 57
Release date: May 2004
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
Production code: 7C/K
ISBN 1-84435-095-9
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Arrangements for War was the fifty-seventh monthly Doctor Who audio story produced by Big Finish Productions. Taking place immediately after the first half of AUDIO: Project: Lazarus, Arrangements for War builds the world of Világ and also allows a great reflection and building of Evelyn Smythe's character. The Doctor returns to Világ once more in AUDIO: Thicker than Water.

Publisher's summary Edit

Onboard the TARDIS, nerves are strained.

After escaping the Forge and the murderous clutches of Nimrod, the Doctor and Evelyn have things to talk about. The Doctor's attitude towards death is a subject that these days is too close to Evelyn's heart, and eventually she demands to be set down somewhere where she can be free of him for a while.

And so they come to Világ, where the Doctor's meddling lands him in the middle of a truly dangerous liaison and Evelyn meets a man who wants to change the course of her life forever.

Love is everywhere. But then war is too.

Is it time for Evelyn to leave the Doctor? Or is the choice about to be taken out of her hands?

And who is to say what is the beginning and what is the end of love?

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

References Edit

Individuals Edit

  • Evelyn had a sister named Mary, who was her mother's favourite. Both of them were dead by the time that she had met the Doctor. In childhood, she was nicknamed "Evey" by her family.
  • Rossiter is a widower and has three elder sisters.

Species Edit

Literature Edit

  • The Doctor cites Alfred Lord Tennyson's "The Palace of Art" and "Tears, Idle Tears".

Notes Edit

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Illustrated preview from DWM 343.

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